Most Recent Content from: Jackie Marchildon

  • Article: Vancouver Just Opened Its Very First Zero-Waste Grocery Store
    Food & Hunger

    Vancouver Just Opened Its Very First Zero-Waste Grocery Store

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 20, 2018

    Welcome, Nada! Read more

  • Article: What It's Like to Provide Health Care From a Shipping Container in South Africa
    Health

    What It's Like to Provide Health Care From a Shipping Container in South Africa

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 20, 2018

    Cynthia Gcinile Yeko proves good health care can come from anywhere. Read more

  • Article: Canada Will Track Trump's Border Policy to See if Asylum Seekers Are Still Safe in the US
    Citizenship

    Canada Will Track Trump's Border Policy to See if Asylum Seekers Are Still Safe in the US

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 19, 2018

    Nearly 2,000 children have been separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border. Read more

  • Article: Child Poverty at Staggering Levels Across Canada, Report Shows
    Finance & Innovation

    Child Poverty at Staggering Levels Across Canada, Report Shows

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 18, 2018

    Overall, 17% of children aged 17 and under live in low-income households. Read more

  • Article: New Toronto Grocery Store Lets Its Customers Pay What They Can
    Food & Hunger

    New Toronto Grocery Store Lets Its Customers Pay What They Can

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 18, 2018

    Chef Jagger Gordon is tackling Canada’s food insecurity with a new kind of grocery store. Read more

  • Article: Ugandan Man Invents 1-Minute Malaria Test That Doesn't Require Blood
    Health

    Ugandan Man Invents 1-Minute Malaria Test That Doesn't Require Blood

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 15, 2018

    Malaria is the leading cause of death in Uganda. Read more

  • Article: Ghana Has Officially Eliminated This Terrifying, Blinding Disease
    Health

    Ghana Has Officially Eliminated This Terrifying, Blinding Disease

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 14, 2018

    Trachoma is a neglected tropical disease that can blind the people it infects. Read more

  • Article: 'We Are Still at War' With Ebola Outbreak, WHO Director Warns
    Health

    'We Are Still at War' With Ebola Outbreak, WHO Director Warns

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 13, 2018

    The outbreak is stabilizing in the Congo, but the battle is not yet won. Read more